Monthly Archives: May 2010

Efficiency and reform

The creation of the Efficiency and Reform group in HM Treasury harks back to the old Efficiency and Effectiveness Group in the Cabinet Office, which included the formerly free-standing Prime Minister’s Efficiency Unit. Jointly chaired by the Chief Secretary to … Continue reading

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Which century?

Am trying to get an agent for publishing a novel called The Sleeper. It is unfinished, but I reached the stage where to go on I need to be sure of publication, otherwise I should be doing something to attract business and … Continue reading

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Lib Dem-Conservative coalition talks

Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats should reject David Cameron’s “big, open and comprehensive offer”, unless he offers unconditional electoral reform as the Liberal Democrats want. That is: single transferable vote, without any enquiries or referendum. Enquiries and referenda are … Continue reading

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